Open Data - New Reality & Community Benefits

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  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way
  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way
  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way
  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way
  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way
  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way
  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way
  • Examples of large, medium and small municipalities having Open Data “Catalogues” where people can freely access, download and re-use municipal dataI’m aware of others that are in the planning stages – so more on the way

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  • 1. Open Data Matters– The New Reality and Community Benefits Jury Konga, PrincipalOpen Data Forum Oct. 30, 2012. eGovFutures Group
  • 2. Acknowledgements Appreciation is extended to the following for their contribution and collaboration related to this event and presentations • AMCTO and their team • Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario • Lou Milrad, Milrad Law • Roy Wiseman, Executive Director MISA/ASIM Canada • Fellow speakers • Open Data community Title slide graphics complements of wwwJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 2
  • 3. Overview • Open Data – defined with context • Current State • Open Data Framework • Moving forwardJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 3
  • 4. Open Data - the new reality • Early in the “new era” of open data • Gaining acceptance & momentum • How - similar approach but … unique to each organizationJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 4
  • 5. Open Data - the new reality • International Right-To-Know Week Goal: “to raise global awareness of individuals’ right to access government information and to promote access to information as a fundamental human right”Jury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 5
  • 6. Open Data - the new reality• Starting point • Roots in Freedom of Information legislation - oldest identified with Sweden in 1766; - U.S.A. 1966; - Canada FOI as well as Privacy Act; 1983; - Ontario Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 1990• More recently, Open Data seen as foundational component of Open Government • focuses on citizen engagement, transparency, accountability, collabora tion and innovationJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 6
  • 7. Open Government Community Citizen Engagement Engagement Framework 2.0 Open Open Citizen Innovation Engagement Citizen Data Engagement • Core components Open Hub: C3 – Open Data is • Commons foundational • Communication • Collaboration Open Open Citizen Knowledge Engagement Citizen Decisions Engagement • “Open Hub”: C3 Open Citizen Supporting Economics Engagement Infrastructure • Supporting Infrastructure• Policy & • Data Standards • Financial &• Technology Human Resources Leadership & Governance Version 2 of 2010 Open Government FrameworkJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 7
  • 8. This is NOT Open DataJury KongaOpen by Design TM 8
  • 9. Defining Open Data “A piece of content or data is open to anyone is free to use, reuse, and redistribute it — subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and/or share-alike.” opendefinition.org/Open Data is a foundational component for OpenGovernment and focuses on freely making public dataavailable in a usable format for all to re-use and add valuefor the benefit of citizens.Jury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 9
  • 10. Open Data AttributesDiscoverable Redistribute Use ReUse Machine Readable $ Attribution = MinimalJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 10
  • 11. Current State - A Global View … it’s pervasiveOver 55 participating countries Over 189 Open Data portals Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 11
  • 12. Current State - Participants at National LevelJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 12
  • 13. Current State - at the Provincial LevelJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 13
  • 14. Current State - the Ontario Municipal scene Others in planning & implementation stagesJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 14
  • 15. Some public facing views of Open DataOpen Data portal & data catalogue Hackathons/Codefests …. Building apps Citizen & Community Engagement – Unconferences, Govcamps, Changecamp, Citycamps … defining the issues, identifying opportunities to improve Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 15
  • 16. Open Data - the Apps Conte$t$Jury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 16
  • 17. Open Data Benefits - a Citizen & Community perspective• Ease of access to government information• Economic development opportunities leading to job creation• Reduced costs for government operations• Enhanced eService delivery• Apps, Apps, Apps – for citizen, business and community• Increased opportunities for community engagement and collaboration in addressing societal needsJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 17
  • 18. Open Data Benefits - a Business perspective• Economic development opportunities• Reduced costs to find & use government data• Start-ups that leverage the data• Value Added Resellers• Innovation through new products & servicesJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 18
  • 19. Open Data Benefits - a Government perspective• Enhanced services to citizens and businesses• Reduced costs via internal access and less external FOI and data requests• Economic development• Improved government transparency & trust• Increased citizen engagement, collaboration with business and community groups• Enhanced transparency and increased TRUSTJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 19
  • 20. Open Data Framework• G4: Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton & Ottawa• ODF Project: August – December 2010.• ODF Components – Governance – Principles & Policy – Standards – Technology – Data, Operations & Human Resources – Open Data Portal – Future RoadmapJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 20
  • 21. Open Data Framework - Governance, Principles & Policy• Governance • Where does Open Data fit? Leverage existing structure; Fit to size of your organization; Define roles & responsibilities; Corporate-wide participation; External Stakeholders• Principles & Policy • Sunlight Foundation’s “Ten Principles for Opening up Government Information”; Ontario IPC “Access by Design” principles • Policy – relate to principles & MFIPPA & review existing related policiesJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 21
  • 22. Open Data Framework - Standards & Technology• Standards • Data distribution, metadata, Linked (Semantic) open data Source: W3C : “Publishing Open Government Data”• Technology • ETL (Extract Transform Load), portal technology & APIs, existing applications, Inhouse vs Cloud servicesJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 22
  • 23. Open Data Framework - Data, Operations & HR• Data • Data requests & prioritization, information inventory, suitability for release• Operations • ETL, data lifecycles & maintenance, quality assurance & metadata, process standardization• Human Resources • Roles & responsibilities, training, new position – Open Data Coordinator?Jury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 23
  • 24. Moving forward …• General approach • Research, draft project scope & plan, senior management support, resource it • Current state assessment & business alignment • Develop Strategic & Implementation Plan• How? Unique to each organization & capacity to undertakeJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 24
  • 25. Moving forward … Open Data Maturity Model Five Phases of Open Data 5 Global 4 Integration 3 Open Enterprise Data Open Data 2 Data Portal Catalog 1 Startup Evolutionary within Info Management Best PracticesJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 25
  • 26. Moving forward … NxGen Data Model • Municipal Data Reference Model v0.1 for discussion • Collaboration among municipalities for standard categories of municipal dataJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 26
  • 27. Moving forward … Open Data NxGen Open Data DNA Linked Open DataLinked … everything is connectedPersonal Data to everything Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 27
  • 28. Moving forward … - Integrated Service Delivery Service Requests • Open Data becomes partRequests from MyHomePage of Integrated(Facebook, Twitter, verbal) Service One (2.0) Service - The Service Delivery CoordinatorIntegrated Service Delivery “Engine” Standardized Processes, Protocols •Products •Products & Services & Services and Knowledge Base • Value of the Provincial Municipal strategic asset Private & Non- Federal Business is optimized Profits Knowledge •Products •Products Database & Services & Services Source: From a Social to a Service Web, 2009. www.slideshare.net/jkonga Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 28
  • 29. Moving forward … - Scale & Integrate Open Data Public Municipal Service Find the data Provincial Federal Share the data External Academia, Non- OpenData. Profits, Data Linkages OpenData.CA Community EARTH (e.g. World Bank) Groups OpenStreetMap Community Updates USEEvolved from Data Infra-structure model circa 1994 the dataSource: Municipal Open Government Framework, 2010 www.slideshare.net/jkonga Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 29
  • 30. Moving forward … - Open Data in a Larger Societal View Wellbeing Ontario RGIS Real-time Global Information Sensors networkWellbeing Earth Wellbeing Canada Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 30
  • 31. Moving forward … together as a communityNeed to leverage ourCommunity Intellectual Capitaland resources Government Community Groups NGO Academia Private Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 31
  • 32. Moving forward … not just Open Gov Data Open Science Data• Informal defn: “Open science is the idea that scientific knowledge of all kinds should be openly shared as early as is practical in the discovery process.”• Fundamental Goals – July 28, 2009.  Transparency in experimental methodology, observation and collection of data  Public availability and reusability of scientific data  Public accessibility and transparency of scientific communication  Using web-based tools to facilitate scientific collaboration• Opportunity for collaboration and benefits to society are HUGEJury KongaOpen by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 32
  • 33. Moving forward … not just Open Gov Data Open Corporate Data“The 147 Companies That Control Everything”Forbes Article, October 22, 2011. • OpenCorporates is a recent initiative • Aims: URL for every company in the world & relating government data to companies • How about a “Good” Corporate Source: The New Scientist; (Image: PLoS One) Citizen Index …. Occupy Wall Street http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21228354.500- revealed--the-capitalist-network-that-runs-the-world.html (#OWS) would be interested Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 33
  • 34. Concluding thoughts …• Embrace Open Government and Open Data – you’re actually already part of the way there• It’s NOT a question of IF Open Data but … WHEN Open Data – pervasive & growing• Be prepared – plan for it & use necessary resources to move it forward• Open Data is beneficial to government, citizens, businesses and can enhance Jury society at large Konga TM Open by Design Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 34
  • 35. Why Open Data - it’s simple …Photographs courtesy ofChatham-Kent Jury Konga Open by Design TM Open Data Matters October 30, 2012. 35
  • 36. Thank You Jury Konga, Principal eGovFutures Groupslideshare.net/jurykonga jkonga@sympatico.ca Twitter @jkonga Skype jury.konga Other presentations: slideshare.net/jkonga